Greek Yogurt

Have you noticed how Greek Yogurt is every where? Have you asked yourself why? Well there are several reasons it’s become one of the new super foods. It’s packed with all kinds of vitamins and minerals. The protein content is higher than even in milk. This is important for our bodies and helps nourish our

Chili Maple Pork Tenderloin

When we hear the work “pork” we automatically think, “Oh, bad for me!” I think visions of Arnold Ziffle running around Green Acres or a big, huge pig rolling around in mud and filth somewhere pops into our mind. But, actually, there is a reason pork is called “the other white meat” and why is

Burch House Salad – Salad with Applewood Bacon and Raisins, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Spring and summer are one of my favorite food times. I love all the garden fresh options we have this time of the year. I’m a salad girl. Have been most of my life. But, because of a rare stomach disorder I have to be somewhat cautious about the type of raw food and fiber

Zucchini and Tomatoes, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Today’s recipe has been a stand-by of mine for years. I’ve made it so many times it just kind of makes itself. It’s especially good to make this time of the year to take advantage of all the fresh produce available – maybe from your garden, the farmer’s market, co-op or local grocer. I don’t

Grilled Herb Garden Squash with Raspberry–Lime Vinaigrette, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Right before the 4th, Tall & Handsome came home with some fresh-out-of-the-garden squash given to him by one of the agents who works with him. Yellow squash has been a staple in my diet since I was a little girl. If you’re Southern, you just grow up eating the delicious veggie with the bright sunny

Have You Planned Your Herb Garden Yet? Highlighting Corn, Lima Bean and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Salad, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Even after the last cruel spat of wickedly cold weather that crept our way after the first official day of Spring, it appears all things green and growing are determined to do their thing. And, that would be GROW! As a result my mind as turned toward thoughts of “what kind of “kitchen garden” can

Brown Rice and Cashew Salad with Honey-Lime Dressing, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Here lately I’ve been digging the nutty, chewy texture and taste of brown rice. It’s a good thing, too because brown rice has some health benefits not necessarily found in white rice. We know that white rice is a staple in Asian food. But, brown rice in Asian countries is considered a sign of poverty